Hastings 'Band Of Brothers': 25 Grads Heading To Armed ForcesTwenty five students from the 2018 senior class at Hastings High School are going into the military.
'The Stone House': Where A Priest Has Been Making Stone Structures For DecadesFather Eugene Stenzel has spent most of his life building with stone. And what he's put together with his bare hands is truly amazing.
U.S. Service Members, Veterans Go Fishing On Flag DayIn 1916, President Woodrow Wilson officially proclaimed June 14 as Flag Day, which is now celebrated around the country.
2 Kids Badly Hurt By Driver Fleeing State Troopers In MinneapolisAt least two children were injured when a police chase ended with a crash at an elementary school playground in north Minneapolis.
Mighty Axe Hops: From College Project To Large Hops Growing FarmIn this week's Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen takes us to Foley where a college project has led to one of the largest hops-growing farms in the Midwest.
Hospitals, Public Transit Prep For Widespread Road ClosuresMajor road construction projects across Minneapolis could lead to major headaches this weekend. And some for far longer.
Tracy Community Remembers 50 Years Since Devastating TornadoOn June 13, 1968, a tornado ripped through the town of Tracy, killing nine people and injuring 150 others.
Against The Odds: Minnesota Cow Gives Birth To QuadrupletsOne Cow. Four calves. A Sebeka family had a rare occurrence on the farm.
Family's 100-Foot Bluff Becomes Zip Line AdventureImagine spending your summer days on top of a 100-foot cliff. It's a reality for the good folks at Sand Creek Adventures.
Minnehaha Academy Seniors Return To Campus Before GraduationMembers of the class of 2018 will graduate from a high school they hardly stepped foot in this year.
Montevideo Community Comes Together For Beloved Teacher Needing Heart TransplantA retired teacher in need of a lifesaving heart transplant will get a boost from his hometown.
Dog Rescues Golf Balls, Owner Sells Them To Help Animals In NeedNobody likes to hit a bad golf shot. But at one course, a bad shot can help a good cause.